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Fermented dairy products, like yogurt, have been consumed by humans (and their precursors) for over 12,000 years. In central Asia, people would milk their animals and then carry the milk in containers made from animal stomachs.
For several decades, nuts were withheld from a healthy diet due to their higher fat content. However, we now know that nuts are an extremely important part of a heart healthy diet and walnuts could be the best for you.
After making the decision to eat better and maybe even lose weight, one of the biggest stumbling blocks that people come across is finding healthy snacks that they can eat during the day.
Holiday weight gain happens to everyone, right? Not you. Not this year.
When you think about ways to lose weight, you probably think of exercising more and/or eating less. You probably aren’t thinking that you need to sleep more...but you do.
The simplest and most effective way to enhance your weight loss efforts is to eat fewer carbohydrates. To reap the weight loss and health benefits of a lower carb diet, you don’t need an extremely low-carb ‘Atkins-style’ diet.
What do the healthiest people in the world consistently eat? Fish. What do Americans hardly eat? Fish.
The 30 Power Foods should be the center pieces of your diet. They are loaded with vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, essential amino acids, fiber, and phytochemicals (the things that scientists know are good for you but don’t know exactly why yet).
Olive oil is one of the most highly touted heart healthy foods, but like most foods that are ‘good for you’ there is a wide amount of variation in the healthfulness of a food, depending on the version of the food you buy. Olive oil is no exception.
Kefir is derived from the Turkish word “keif” which means “good-feeling.” It has been around for centuries, originating in the Russian Caucasian mountains.